Susan Collins won’t say if she voted for Trump in 2020 Republican primary

Collins said she voted by absentee ballot ahead of Maine’s March 3 primary, but didn’t say whether she cast her ballot for Trump. The president is the only candidate listed on Maine’s Republican primary ballot this year, along with the option to write in another name.

Though she wrote an op-ed bashing Trump three months before the 2016 election, Collins said she isn’t going to “get involved in presidential politics” this time around.

“I would note that it’s on the Democratic side that there are eight candidates and my likely opponent as well as the governor and many other Democratic officials have not said who they are going to choose in what is a contested Democratic ballot,” Collins said. “I’m focused on my job and also on my own campaign and I’m just not going to get involved in presidential politics.”